President of the Assembly and Chairman of the Council of Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), Mr. Ban Ki Moon visited GGGI India’s office today. His visit inspired the team members and strengthened their resolve to contribute to India’s transition toward Green Growth and Net Zero Targets.
GGGI India through its portfolio of Renewables, Landscape, and Energy Efficiency projects is supporting India’s transition towards a green economy by meeting its NDC, Net Zero, and SDG commitments. GGGI acts as a trusted advisor to support the Government of India on Green Growth policies, investments, climate finance, and institutional capacity.
P&C Ban’s visit to GGGI India office
GGGI in India is supporting both the Centre and State Governments on Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, and Sustainable Landscapes. GGGI is supporting the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas (MoPNG) to scale up the production of BioCNG (under the SATAT scheme); the Government of Madhya Pradesh in developing the world’s largest Floating Solar Project (the 600 MW FSP at Omkareshwar Dam); Government of Himachal Pradesh in Power Sector Reforms (in collaboration with World Bank); Energy Efficiency Services Limited on speeding up Industrial Energy Efficiency in India, and Government of Andhra Pradesh in Electric Charging Infrastructure. GGGI is also developing a financial instrument with the World Bank to reduce the price gap between Grey and Green Hydrogen. In Sustainable Landscapes, GGGI is also developing the first of its kind “Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES)” model for improved water quality and quantity.
Mr. Ban-Ki-Moon in his visit to India will be meeting several key Ministers and Government Officials to strengthen GGGI’s engagement with the Government of India.